A piece from New Scientist that discusses the possibility of an international oversight agency for nuclear power. The goal– prevent arms proliferation while taking advantage of a relatively cheap, efficient energy source.
This week on the podcast, Kyle and I got together to talk with our friend Dave about issues surrounding NASA and the aerospace industry as a new presidential administration is preparing to take office, and our country’s financial future is as uncertain as ever. Some notes for this week’s show: NASA’s Black Hole Budgets, from […]
The Christian Science Monitor has a story today about the village of Kamikatsu, Japan, where they have done away with public trash bins, landfills, and they recycle 80% of their trash. They have a goal of 100% recycling by 2020.
Craig Ewert committed suicide on TV in Britain. Will our appetite for “reality” television EVER be satisfied? How far is too far? Remember when Fox was just weeks from airing a show with O.J. Simpson about how “[he] would’ve done it”? Is the escapism of television no longer about fantasy, and now just about how […]
via Lifehacker — Google is giving away a set of stickers you can add to your keyboard to get acqainted with the Gmail keyboard shortcuts.
Really bizarre piece (if you ask me) that I grabbed from New Scientist